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22nd August 2008

Albany Int Corp - Sub assembly for industrial fabrics

Applicant: ALBANY INT CORP (US); O'CONNOR JOSEPH GERALD (US); PAQUIN MAURICE (US); EAGLES DANA BURTON (US); DAVENPORT FRANCIS L (US)

Inventor: O'CONNOR JOSEPH GERALD (US); PAQUIN MAURICE (US); EAGLES DANA BURTON (US); DAVENPORT FRANCIS L (US)

Abstract of WO2008095055 A method of manufacturing an industrial fabric comprising the steps of knitting a first fabric strip portion having two widthwise edges and a width that is narrower than the industrial fabric to the desired length of the industrial fabric, forming the first fabric strip portion into an endless loop by joining the widthwise edges with a CD seam, placing the first fabric strip portion around two rotatably mounted rolls and knitting a second fabric portion to the desired length of the industrial fabric, where knitting of the second fabric portion proceeds along the first edge of the first fabric portion and is a knitted continuation thereof. Alternatively, knitted fabric strips can be joined together in a spiral fashion to create a full width industrial fabric.

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